Many within Manhattan in New York City were without power on Friday morning after an outage hit some Con Edison customers.

Over 1,000 customers, including over 600 on the Upper East Side and over 500 in Harlem, were affected by the power outage, according to CBS New York. Additionally, the outage also impacted the Upper West Side. 

A resident of Middle Village, Queens stated that her neighborhood had also been affected by the outage and that a large "boom" had occurred before she lost power.

ConEd tweeted at 5:57 a.m. Friday morning that they were aware of the outage and were looking into the matter.

"We are investigating a problem on our transmission system that caused three networks in Manhattan to lose their electric supply at about 5:13 this morning. The supply has been restored to those networks on the Upper West Side, Harlem and the Upper East Side,” the company later revealed.

In addition to residents losing power, Subway riders may have also noticed a temporary change as Friday's power outage also affected the transit system, including delays on 1, 2, 3, A, B, C, D, E, F, N, Q, R and W trains

A tweet from the official NYCT Subway Twitter account, which can be seen below, additionally indicated that they were also investigating why the short interruption had taken place in some areas of Manhattan. 

Con Ed later stated that Friday's power outage was not linked to Tropical Storm Isaias, which disrupted power to the Tri-State area earlier in the week. Power was restored by 6:30 a.m. in Friday's outage.

Empty Time Square is pictured on April 11, 2020, in New York City Empty Time Square is pictured on April 11, 2020, in New York City Photo: AFP / Johannes EISELE